Nazmeen Imambaccus

Called in 2009

About Nazmeen Imambaccus


Nazmeen has a unique background having a gained a number of years’ experience practising in an oversea common law jurisdiction. Her practice was predominately in criminal law and she appeared for both the prosecution and defence in both litigation and advisory work. At the English Bar, her practice is in criminal and regulatory work

Nazmeen uses her extensive experience to represent clients at the Magistrates and Crown Court as well as before parole boards. She is well known for being able to build rapport with clients and solicitors whilst always being thoroughly prepared. Solicitors therefore regularly instruct her in a range of cases such as driving matters, domestic offences and theft offences. The diversity of her practice does not solely extend to defence work. She also appears frequently on behalf of prosecutorial bodies. Being a CPS Panel Advocate, she appears for the CPS in the Magistrates and Crown Court. Her Crown Court work also comprises of breach proceedings where she has appeared on behalf of Probation Services.

Having carried out a secondment with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Nazmeen has appeared as a case presenter in many substantive hearings including those brought against managers of care home and high-profile midwifery cases involving a death of a baby. She therefore has an interest in developing her practice in regulatory law, another area of Chamber’s expertise.

Professional Memberships and Appointments


  • CPS Grade 1

Qualifications


  • London Metropolitan University, LLB
  • Inns Court School of Law, BVC
  • Dual qualified barrister: England and Wales (Call 2009) and Mauritius (Call 2011)

Languages


  • English
  • French
  • Creole